Integrity 1 st Inspections is a veteran owned and operated company serving the Denver
Metro area. Integrity 1 st Inspections was started to help our clients with the purchase of their or sell of their
home. Whether the home is in good condition, there are defects, and or safety
hazardous We are here to help identify and explain all findings on your new home and help
to find out what needs to be repaired before purchasing your or selling your home. We take care
to inspect every home as if we were buying it ourselves.
$50.00 off all services for Veterans
Completed the Axium Academy Home Inspection Course and InterNACHI certified.
Standard Home Inspection
As a Certified Professional Home Inspector, we follow the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) Standards of Practice for performing a Standard Home Inspection. A Standard Home Inspection evaluates all of the following:
A Pre-Listing Home Inspection allows you to get your home ready for the market. Once you receive the report you can make any changes or up-grades to the home that can improve your home's value. Metro Home Inspection is part of the "Move-In Ready" program, and that can help you sell your home faster.
Four Point Inspection
A Four Point Home Inspection is for insurance companies or investors that buy and sell a lot of homes. We evaluate the condition of 4 major aspects of your home:
We will report on any deficiencies found in any of these components.
A Complete Mold Inspection includes a non-invasive visual examination of the entire building, its systems and components. If moisture intrusion, water damage, musty odors, apparent mold growth, or conditions conducive to mold growth are observed, I will suggest a testing plan. I will suggest taking any sample that could be beneficial to you the client. Then you decide what the areas of greatest concern are and what you would like collected and submitted for analysis. Since mold spores are present everywhere, We will always start with an outside air sample for a control that establishes what is normal. We will compare that to inside sample(s) from the area(s) of concern. This will let us know whether or not elevated conditions exist. Using the results of the laboratory analysis, We will suggest what, if any, action should be taken.
WDO and Pest Inspection
You don't want any thing living in your home other than your friends and family members. This inspection will report on any evidence I can find of Wood Destroying Organisms or of any other pests that may be sharing your new home with you.
Home Energy Inspection
This is when the Home Inspector concentrates on areas of the home where energy savings can be realized:
We will inspect these areas and make recommendations as to how you can make changes to save money by using less energy.
Radon Gas Inspection
Radon gas is very common in the Denver Metro Area. A Radon Gas Home Inspection will give you findings of any levels of radon and whether they are safe levels or if the levels are too high and need to be addressed. This involves leaving Radon Gas detectors for a 48 hour period to gather samples for analysis
What Does a Home Inspector Do?
Home inspection requires an eye for details. Home inspectors have a lot of ground to cover. Every reasonable, visible inch of a home is evaluated from top to bottom, and the inspector records his findings in a report for a real estate agent or other client. It’s an important job, which is why solid training is critical.
What Does a Home Inspector Inspect? Home inspections cover nearly every element in and around a home and other structures on the property. Roofing, full exteriors, structural elements, full interiors, plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning, and all of the components of these are subject to inspection. Inspections begin on the outside of the property, walking around the exterior of home. Next, the roof is inspected, then the garage, and finally the inspector goes inside the home. Once inside, the inspection starts at the top, preferably in the attic, and works down through the house, checking floors, walls, plumbing, stairs, and other elements until he reaches the crawlspace or basement. The crawlspace is last because any leaks that emerge while inspecting the plumbing inside the home have the chance to drip down and be noticed.
How Long Does an Inspection Take? A typical home inspection is done in less than a day, but the time involved varies by the size and condition of the home. Our Inspection reports include the condition of every element that was inspected, so they’re comprehensive. Once we have completed the inspection we will finalize the report the same day and provide it to our customer by email no later than the next day.